These Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2020 Street-Style Looks Rivaled Pieces In The New Collection
The four-week long sartorial parade that is fashion month has officially — yes, officially — come to a close. And, as per usual, it ended with one final bang that was heard 'round the world. The Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2020 show took over Paris' iconic Louvre Museum on Mon. evening, with designer Nicolas Ghesquière putting on quite a memorable spectacle. But, aside from the delivering a collection of '60s and '70s pieces that were bright, bold, and unapologetic, there's another important facet of the Oct. 1 gathering that must be mentioned, too. Enter, the Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2020 celeb street-style outfits, which were just as remarkable as the looks that made their way down the catwalk.
The Louis Vuitton show is always one to watch. It never fails to be quite the performance — which is perhaps most evident in this year's presentation, which included a large LED backdrop that projected singer Sophie's "It's Okay To Cry" music video — and regularly boasts an impressive, star-packed guest list that majorly turns up their sartorial charm for one final fashion month shebang. If you thought the runway looks were good, wait until you see the ensembles that flooded the front-row of the Louis Vuitton presentation.
Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake officially won the award for best-dressed couple of the night; Laura Harrier, who subtly coordinated with Biel, though likely unintentionally, sported one of fall 2019's most popular outfit combos; and Chloë Grace Moretz served up a bold look that featured an extra-extravagant eye.
Ahead, all the best celeb style moments from the Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2020 show to inspire you this fall and beyond.
It's hard to say what's better about Laura Harrier's street-style look — the grungy lace-up combat boots or that cool leather vest, crop top situation.
There was a lot of texture going on with Jessica Biel's Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2020 look, from the quilted leather jacket (a trend poised to be big this season) to the statement, lace-trimmed turtleneck on her blouse.
Ruth Negga's street-style look will inspire even the most color-shy to infuse their ensembles with poppy hues this season.
Alicia Vikander was the epitome of French-girl chic in black stirrup trousers (yep, the controversial '80s pants are officially back) and a black-and-white checkered jacket. A Louis Vuitton bag and black waist belt added extra edge.
Chloë Grace Moretz
Just in case you thought Bermuda shorts were fading, Chloë Grace Moretz's Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2020 look is here to prove otherwise. How cool do said bottoms look with heeled combat boots?
Jennifer Connelly stunned in black stirrup trousers and an intricate top that was a true work of art. Check out those floral-print sleeves and exquisitely draped shoulders.
If there's one thing that Indya Moore's ensemble makes very clear, it's that a skirt-and-crop top look grounded with a pair of combat boots makes for the ultimate cool-girl uniform.
Sleek and casual with a bit of edge, thanks to the bold puff sleeves, Samara Weaving's pinstriped dress commanded all the attention Mon. evening.